The Cheerleaders from Tempo Dance Company are now the official cheerleaders for your Swinburne Kilsyth Cobras, cheering on our men and women from the sideline as well as providing outstanding routines to entertain the crowd.
Tempo Dance Company has been around for 21 years and has provided people of all ages a place to come and learn to dance. Students range from tiny tots, to ladies tap and even some boys only classes.
Each dancing year ends with a spectacular concert showcasing what the students have learnt throughout the year including both dancing and singing acts. Throughout the year students are also offered the option of completing dance exams, allowing them to strive for individual greatness.
The Principal, Deb Stack, and her group of cheerleaders have joined forces with the Swinburne Kilsyth Cobras, and can be seen at the remaining home games of the 2011 season.
Any enquiries about participating in Tempo Dance Company’s classes contact Deb Stack at 9758 1366 or 0409 300 273 or come into the studio at 4/14 Edina Rd Ferntree Gully.
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